GIO and PyGTK versions

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GIO and PyGTK versions Mladen Mijatov 8/22/12 9:15 AM
I need folks with _Scientific Linux_, _RedHat EL_, _CentOS_, _Debian Stable_ to give me GIO version which you can check by executing the following command in your terminal:

python -c "import gio, gtk; print gio.pygio_version, gtk.pygtk_version"

I've downloaded _Scientific Linux_ live image and it fails running Sunflower badly as GIO and PyGTK libraries are quite outdated (to the point where elements don't have set_visible available). I need to know if there are folks using this software on those distributions and which library versions you have as this image might be outdated.

Thanks in advance!
Re: GIO and PyGTK versions Mladen Mijatov 8/22/12 9:25 AM
Also, don't forget to mention distribution and release. 
Re: [sunflower-fm:59] Re: GIO and PyGTK versions Wojciech Kluczka 8/22/12 11:40 AM
CentOS 6.3 says: (2, 20, 0) (2, 16, 0)
Re: [sunflower-fm:59] Re: GIO and PyGTK versions Mladen Mijatov 8/29/12 11:59 AM
Is Sunflower able to start on this system?
Re: [sunflower-fm:61] Re: GIO and PyGTK versions Wojciech Kluczka 8/29/12 12:21 PM
Yes, repo version starts (unlike before) but runs not without problems:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/user/sunflower-fm/application/gui/preferences_window.py", line 135, in _hide
    if self._button_save.get_sensitive():
AttributeError: 'gtk.Button' object has no attribute 'get_sensitive'

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/user/sunflower-fm/application/gui/main_window.py", line 1522, in unselect_with_pattern
    dialog = InputDialog(self)
  File "/home/user/sunflower-fm/application/gui/input_dialog.py", line 54, in __init__
    button_ok.set_can_default(True)
AttributeError: 'gtk.Button' object has no attribute 'set_can_default'

(that's what I found after random clicking)
Re: GIO and PyGTK versions kost...@gmail.com 9/25/12 6:09 AM
Hi!

$ cat /etc/debian_version
6.0.5
$ python -c "import gio, gtk; print gio.pygio_version, gtk.pygtk_version"
(2, 21, 3) (2, 17, 0)